On Wed, Nov 17, 2004 at 07:27:41PM +0000, Niall Walsh wrote:
> Ken Guest wrote:
> > On Tue, Nov 16, 2004 at 01:57:42PM +0000, John Madden wrote:
> >> Well, there's already a list of alternative software on linux.ie
> >> (http://www.linux.ie/newusers/alternatives.php) which I would
> >> consider to be a valuable resource. A lot of viruses etc. that
> >> affect Windows do so through the user tools, mainly IE and LookOut.
> >> So, replacing these with a more secure alternative would obviously
> >> be in the user's interest (presuming they want security over
> >> software they're accustomed to).
> > Keeping that in mind, are there any other packages or projects that
> > we should see on that page to show people that although an exact
> > match of what they use on Windows might not be available, there is a
> > very close match to the software they use which might even be more
> > suitable to their needs.
>> Looking through the existing pages I've come up with a few comments and
> some additions! I've posted it to list rather than to Ken to see if
> I'll jog anyone else into coming up with anything?
To say I'm impressed with the amount of work you've put in going over the
details of that page would be an understatement!
I'll update the page soon, which can also be accessed with the shortcut URL
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